Coach Tom Coughlin would not speculate as to whether the
seven-year pro would be ready for the Sept. 7 opener against
the Indianapolis Colts.
"He had some swelling today, he was sore and the knee was black
and blue," Coughlin said Friday. "Hopefully, he can come right
back, (but) we don't know how long he's going to be out.'
O'Hara sprained the medial collateral ligament in his knee in
Thursday's 17-0 win over the Kansas City Chiefs at Giants Stadium.
O'Hara is not the only Giant offensive lineman who is hurting.
Starting tackle Luke Petitgout continues to be plagued by back
spasms and he left Thursday's game earlier than expected, while
starting guard Chris Snee is still trying to recover from a
hamstring injury from the first days of training camp.
And Rich Seubert -- who missed the entire 2004 season with a
badly broken leg and only played five games last year -- is still
struggling with leg and toe injuries.
"We would love to be able to put our best people on the field,
even for preseason games, but for one reason or another, we haven't
been able to stay with any continuity," Coughlin said.